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Agency for Disabled Adults Scores With Phillies

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The Phillie Phanatic was on hand to deliver a $7,500 grant to Adults With Developmental Disabilities, received by the agency’s executive director, Larry I. Rubin (left), and grant writer Justin Raemaekers, from Phillies Charities, Inc.

Adults With Developmental Disabilities, based in Jenkintown, received a $7,500 donation from Phillies Charities, Inc. The money will be targeted for the agency's work with those afflicted with such disorders as Familial Dysautonomia and autism.

Observing its 40th anniversary, ADD's goal is to "nurture personal relationships, positive work habits and greater independence for intellectually disabled adults, 18 years of age and older, while supporting caregivers and increasing acceptance in the greater southeastern Pennsylvania community."

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